On to the internet we went with reckless abandon
From Google we jumped and here’s where we land on
Want to start-up a medical device company? Key Tech attended the Johns Hopkins University’s “Medical Device Start Up Tool Box Day” to explain why having an experienced design engineering partner in your “tool box” is key to your success.
As designers, we can improve our injection molded parts to make them perform better and require less expensive tools. Check out this design guide we came across to get you started.
I recently watched an interesting talk given by Atul Gawande, whose book The Checklist Manifesto has reached the New York Times nonfiction bestseller list this year, talking about some interesting benefits of using a checklist and how such a seemingly insignificant and low tech idea can do wonders in many disparate fields.
Inside most kitchens, a lemon leads a normal life, being integrated into a delicious dish or drink. But many science students have found in their classroom experiments that a lemon is no mere fruit.
Key Tech recently hosted an alumni and friends networking event for the University of Maryland at our office in Federal Hill. Speakers included Key Tech CEO Jenny Regan, the Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering Dr. Darryll Pines, and the Provost and Interim President of the university Dr. Nariman Favardin.
As you’ve probably noticed, wireless products are extremely popular. So, what is the difference between one wireless technology and another? Here’s a really rough breakdown.
By now we have all hopefully heard of the two different color systems: CMYK and RGB. But why are there two? If you had to choose one to use, which would you pick? I could quickly tell you the easy answer, CMYK is used for print and RGB is used for displays, but there is actually a science as to why each system is necessary.
Sing, o muse, of man and the machine
the trial and err of misguided questing
to bring the works of Linux to new homes.